Morning Cram [twist and shout edition]

Jul 12, 2013

From NPR: The founder of a game that’s responsible for many awkward party moments for many years has died. Chuck Foley, the co-founder of the game Twister, died earlier this month at the age of 82. His son says Foley enjoyed creating things.

Kentucky: Murray Mayor Bill Wells says revenue from alcohol sales has made a positive economic impact. McCracken County Public Schools Superintendent Nancy Waldrop highlights the priorities of the new high school at its ribbon cutting ceremony yesterday.

Tennessee: The state brought in more than $3 million in revenue last month than it budgeted. Gov. Bill Haslam holds a ceremonial bill signing for a measure that gives aid to community college students.